[Foundation-l] Interesting legal action

Fred Bauder fredbaud at fairpoint.net
Fri May 20 21:57:50 UTC 2011

> On 20 May 2011 17:37, Chris Keating <chriskeatingwiki at gmail.com> wrote:
>> It won't be too long before a reputable news source covers the whole
>> issue -
>> or indeed a British Parliamentarian raises it under parliamentary
>> privilege.
> They won't. Most reputable news sources are not interested in kiss and
> tell and there are other ones that are in place for really rather good
> reasons to the point where breaking them would probably get you sued
> for libel under even US law
>> Then, of course, the material will be in the article even if there is
>> still
>> an outstanding superinjunction
> What we've actualy got however is an argument over what is considered
> a reputable news source.
> --
> geni

Actually no, the information is generally an invasion of privacy, and is
oversightable on that basis, but see Arnold_Schwarzenegger#Infidelity
Sometimes there is no point.


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